The mission of United Way of Hancock County is to "measurably improve people's lives."
Our work is based on the provision of safety net services to meet crisis needs while also working on long-term solutions in the areas of health, education and financial stability. These are the building blocks for a good life; good health and well-being for a productive life, quality education that leads to a stable job and enough income to support a family through retirement.
Our goals for Hancock County are bold:
- Helping children, youth, and adults achieve their potential through education
- Helping families become financially stable and independent
- Helping people improve their health and well-being
- Helping people meet crisis needs through safety net services
We invite you to be part of the change. Together, United, we can inspire hope and create opportunities for a better tomorrow. That's what it means to LIVE UNITED.
Angela DeBoskey, CEO
"I lead a team of exceptional people. Together, we strive to make an impact in the lives of children, families and individuals in Hancock County."
Kelley McClurkin, Resource Development Director
"I plan, organize, and implement activities to raise financial and in-kind support for United Way."
Bridgit Phillips, Information Manager
"I oversee donor management by ensuring that all the collected data is accurately entered and maintained, and by organizing, prioritizing and processing monthly donor statements. I also help with daily operations in the office."
Jon Hart, Community Impact Director
"I serve as the liaison between United Way and our local partner agencies. I also identify outside funding opportunities, help organize community events, and work to foster relationships with likeminded organizations."
Sarah Mayle, Volunteer Director
"I help Hancock County organizations fulfill their needs by matching them with community volunteers to provide support and advocacy. I help volunteers discover their passion."
Brenna Griteman, Communications Specialist
"I collect, compile and share our stories of impact through visual and written storytelling."
Nathan Campbell, Database Analyst
"I specialize in entering all the data that is submitted into our database and ensure the accuracy of the data analytics."
John Motter, Motter Farms, Board Chair
Chad Doll, National Lime and Stone Co., Past Board Chair
Blair Lane, Huntington Bank, Chair Elect
Beth Duron, Marathon Petroleum Corp., Grant Review Committee Chair
Larry Staley, Retired, Board Secretary
Brian Kreinbrink, Marathon Petroleum Corp., Board Treasurer
Anni Kramer, City Apparel, Campaign Committee Chair
Chett Wohlgamuth, Whirlpool Corp., Events Committee Chair
Maria Sellers, Independent, Volunteer Committee Chair
Kelly Wohlgamuth, Findlay City Schools, Board Member
Honorable Stephanie Bishop, Findlay Municipal Court, Board Member
Randy Galbraith, Hancock County Job and Family Services, Board Member
Karen Goodwin, GSW Manufacturing, Board Member
Will Hinks, Hixon Zuercher Capital Management, Board Member
Kirby Overton, University of Findlay, Board Member
Lizzy Essinger, Hancock Regional Planning, Board Member
Jack Winans, We Serve. Coffee, Board Member
Mark Kreinbrink, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Board Member